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Bird vision
Vision is the most important sense for birds, since good eyesight is essential for safe flight, and this group has a number of adaptations which give visual acuity superior to that of other vertebrate groups; a pigeon has been described as "two eyes with wings". The avian eye resembles that of a reptile, with ciliary muscles that can change the shape of the lens rapidly and to a greater extent than in the mammals. Birds have the largest eyes relative to their size within the animal kingdom, and movement is consequently limited within the eye's bony socket. In addition to the two eyelids usually found in vertebrates, it is protected by a third transparent movable membrane. The eye's internal anatomy is similar to that of other vertebrates, but has a structure, the pecten oculi, unique to birds.

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Birds Eye
Birds Eye is an international brand of frozen foods owned by Pinnacle Foods in North America and by private equity group Permira in Europe.

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Gilia tricolor
Gilia tricolor (Bird's-eyes) is an annual plant native to the Central Valley and foothills of the Sierra Nevada and Coast Ranges in California.

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bird's eye
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BIRD'S-EYE
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bird`s-eye

bird's-eye \bird's"-eye`\ (&?;), a.
1. seen from above, as if by a flying bird; embraced at a glance; hence, general; not minute, or entering into details; as, a bird's-eye view.
2. marked with spots resembling bird's eyes; as, bird's-eye diaper; bird's-eye maple.
bird's-eye \bird's"-eye`\, n. (bot.) a plant with a small bright flower, as the adonis or pheasant's eye, the mealy primrose (primula farinosa), and species of veronica, geranium, etc.



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Bird's-eye
(n.)
A plant with a small bright flower, as the Adonis or pheasant's eye, the mealy primrose (Primula farinosa), and species of Veronica, Geranium, etc.
  
 
(a.)
Seen from above, as if by a flying bird; embraced at a glance; hence, general; not minute, or entering into details; as, a bird's-eye view.
  
 
(a.)
Marked with spots resembling bird's eyes; as, bird's-eye diaper; bird's-eye maple.
  

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